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The way to wellness
Nobody is responsible for the quality of your life except yourself. So take charge, make a conscious decision to follow a lifestyle that will ensure your long-term, all-round wellness.


'Hooked for life'
Yoga transforms the mind, body and soul in unique ways, says Shilpa Shetty.

Just unwind
Taking a break from a hectic work schedule can do wonders, finds out producer-director Kunal Kohli.

Connecting to oneself
Danseuse Geeta Chandran recounts how yoga helped her cope with a rigorous Bharatanatyam regimen.


WELLNESS VACATIONS: IN FIRST PERSON
Soul tonic
Being nagged by stress that refuses to go away? Spas are an ideal way to get the sparkle back in your spirit.

Slice of nirvana
Each of them has its own unique way of making you feel good about your body. A round-up of the better-known spas around the world…

Healing gardens
Yoga guru Bharat Thakur maintains that practising yoga to attain the perfect posterior or the best abs is a serious folly. He maintains that yoga is the recourse for those looking for peace of mind, for those who wish to accentuate the abilities ...
Personality


DIALOGUE
Saved by his memoirs
A homeless alcoholic, sexually abused as a child, turned to drugs as an adult and rescued by writing books: that, in a nutshell, is Augusten Burroughs. SURESH MENON

Celebrating Krishna
Harsh Dehejia talks of the 1000-year journey in the company of Krishna.


Education


U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICIES
Extend your stay as a student
A look at an interim rule that allows F1 visa students of certain disciplines to continue to work in the U.S. beyond the legally allowed 12-month period. A two-part series.


Fitness


FITNESS MATTERS
The right way to sit
Faulty sitting posture can cause severe pain in the back.


Travel


TIME OUT
The Ramayana trail
The Sri Lankan tourism industry is looking to cash in on the Indian connection to revive its flagging fortunes.


FOOTLOOSE
Travels with wilderbuggy
Twelve golden road rules for travelling with toddlers.


Cinema


MOVING IMAGES
Kung fu fighting
How an American animated film about a Kung Fu-fighting panda rode a controversy to capture the imagination of the Chinese.


Columns

SECOND LIFE
By Rana Siddiqui
Art as catharsis

BAREFOOT
By Harsh Mander
Journey to the streets

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Motif of violence

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Health for all

THE AHIMSA WAY
By Usha Jesudasan
Build bonds



Health


EYE CARE
It's the best choice
Contact lenses are safe and more attractive than glasses but make sure you follow the rules for its care.


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